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9 May, 2020 11:07

Fake news triage: Separating fact from fiction

Dr Margot Susca of American University audits our performance as news consumers while being bombarded DAILY by coronavirus updates. How do we better fact-check our sources these days? Also, does a world without physical touch spell extinction for print media? And what’s the forecast for those college-bound in the fall?

CEO & founder of Beverly Hills Manners Lisa Gache offers sorely-needed guidance on interpersonal etiquette during times of pandemic. As group meetings go virtual and social distancing rules restrict us from usual niceties, how can we more elegantly adapt to these virus-stricken social settings? And how have corporations been coping with customers confined to home isolation?

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